Creston Wimbleton goes feet up on the giant slip and slide during the Friday evening festivities of the Spree by the Sea celebrations in Baie Verte on Aug. 11.
Ryder Colford takes a shot at the mini basketball game as mom Kaylie and sister Raelin look on as the family takes in the main Spree by the Sea festivities Saturday at Centennial Field in Baie Verte.
Const. Adam Few is pretty relaxed sitting in the dunk tank.
Georgia Bailey enjoyed meeting Pippa Pig and sharing her cookies with her at the Spree By The Sea activities.
Friends Kate Noble and Ruby Barrett participated in the best-decorated bike/stroller contest. Kate’s puppy house took first prize.
Christian Jensen helped his daughter Isabelle with the giant Jenga game. The Jensen family were visiting Baie Verte from Ontario.
The children had a great time singing and dancing to the entertainment provided by youth entertainer and magician Davy Gravey, who later in the Spree By The Sea activities entertained the adults as Dave McHugh.
Crowds were bustling around Centennial Field in Baie Verte throughout the Spree By the Sea events.
Kinsmen Chris Walsh, left, and Pierce Furey were busy barbecuing the famous Kinsmen moose burgers at Saturday’s Spree By The Sea activities on Aug. 12.
Sam Stuckless leads Parker Pinksen around the field. He was one of several children who enjoyed the horse rides offered by Cache Rapids Stables.
Members of the Baie Verte Volunteer Fire Department pulled hard to take down the team from the Town of Baie Verte during the Tug of War competition.
Ray Wimbleton chats with Coast of Bays-Central-Notre Dame federal member of Parliament Scott Simms, right, and Baie Verte-Green Bay provincial member Brian Warr who were both put in the mock jail.